Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Wordless Wednesday

*Click on this pic, otherwise you won't see exactly what it is that I was focusing on...




















I can't leave this one completely wordless, it's unusual! The very rough looking wall in this dress shop is the side of a hill, untouched and raw.


Love,


11 comments:

  1. It does make for an interesting background. Happy ww

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  2. what a brilliant idea for a shopfront.... ingenious!

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  3. was I supposed to find you in the mirror?

    That wall is amazing though. I wonder why they decided to keep that as part of the shop?

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  4. Now there's something you don't see every day! Great pic!

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  5. It's a very unusual store front, it they're looking for memorable, I think they've managed quite well.
    Great idea, Eaton. E

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  6. The rock wall was interesting but very visible as natural rock in the regular view...when expanded I noticed the proliferation of black and white shoes, hats and bags then say the one or two pinks that matched your shirt.

    Now i don't know what your focus was Eaton but it was a "Where's Waldo" sort of picture. I liked it.

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  7. Me too..I just set up a blog for more of the photo prompts..so I'm behind. That is an awesome set up for the dress shop..the way they did that! Haven't quite seen anything like it either.
    Duffy's giving me goosebumps- reminds me of the 60's! Cool..
    The duck on the water- who could resist that tranquil scene! Way to go-

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Falling Water by Frank Lloyd Wright

Falling Water by Frank Lloyd Wright
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Flat Stanley near Castlemaine, Victoria.